Public Accounts Committee: government IT is 'dysfunctional, damaging and sometimes dangerous'

John Leonard
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Public Accounts Committee: Government IT is 'dysfunctional, damaging and sometimes dangerous'
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Public Accounts Committee: Government IT is 'dysfunctional, damaging and sometimes dangerous'

Not much to show for £20 billion a year, says hard-hitting report into IT failures

The UK Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has released a highly critical report concerning technology implementation within government, calling it "dysfunctional, damaging and sometimes dangerous". ...

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